Professional Acrylic Colour

The table below provides all the important information about the composition, characteristics and permanence of the Professional Acrylic Colour range. You can use it to tell you how a colour will appear on your surface (transparency/opacity), how long it will last (permanence) and what pigments it is made from (chemical description) plus much more.

For a detailed explanation of terms used, see terms explained here.
Colour
Name
Transparency
/ Opacity
Permanence Lightfastness
(ASTM)
Colour Index Name Series Number
Antique gold 014 SO A 3
Azo yellow medium 019 SO A I PY74 2
Bismuth yellow 025 O A I PY184 4
Azo yellow deep 039 ST A I PY65 2
Buff titanium 060 O AA I PW6, PY42, PBk11 1
Burnt sienna 074 T AA I PR101 1
Burnt umber 076 O AA I PBr7 1
Cadmium lemon 086 O A I PY35 3
Cadmium orange 089 O A I PO20 3
Cadmium red deep 097 O A I PR108 3
Cadmium red medium 099 O A I PR108 3
Cadmium red light 100 O A I PR108 3
Cadmium yellow deep 111 O A I PY35, PO20 3
Cadmium yellow light 113 O A I PY35 3
Cadmium yellow medium 116 O A I PY35 3
Cerulean blue chromium 130 O AA I PB36 4
Cerulean blue 137 O AA I PB35 5
Cerulean blue hue 139 O A I PW6, PB29, PG7 2
Chromium oxide green 162 O AA I PG17 3
Cobalt blue 178 O AA I PB28 4
Cobalt blue deep 180 SO AA I PB73 5
Cobalt green 184 O AA I PG50 4
Cobalt green deep 185 SO AA I PG26 3
Cobalt turquoise 190 O AA I PB36 5
Cobalt turquoise light 191 O AA I PG50 4
Davy's gray 217 T A I PY42, PBk19 1
Dioxazine purple 229 T A II PV23 3
Gold 283 SO A 3
Gold ochre 285 O AA I PY42 1
Graphite grey 292 O AA I PBk10 2
Green gold 294 T A PY129 4
Hooker's green 311 T A n/a PY110, PG36 3
Indantherene blue 321 T A I PB60 3
Iridescent white 330 SO A 3
Ivory black 331 O AA I PBk9 1
Lemon yellow 346 ST A II PY3 2
Light red 362 SO AA I PR102 1
Mars black 386 O AA I PBk11 1
Mixing white 415 SO AA I PW6 1
Naphthol red light 421 ST A II PR112 2
Naples yellow hue 422 O AA n/a PBr24, PW6 2
Naphthol red medium 423 ST A II PR170 2
Naples yellow deep 425 O AA PBr24 2
Nickel azo yellow 439 T A PY150 3
Olive green 447 T A PBk9, PY129, PY139 2
Perylene green 460 ST A PBk31 4
Perylene red 464 T A I PR149 4
Payne's gray 465 SO A I PB29, PBk9 1
Permanent alizarin crimson 466 T A PR177, PV23 3
Perylene violet 470 T A PV29 4
Permanent rose 502 T A I PV19 3
Permanent sap green 503 T A I PY83, PB15:3, PBk9 3
Perylene maroon 507 T A PR179 4
Phthalo blue (red shade) 514 T A I PB15:1 2
Phthalo blue (green shade) 515 T A I PB15:3 2
Pyrrole orange 519 ST A PO73 4
Phthalo green (yellow shade) 521 T A I PG36 2
Phthalo green (blue shade) 522 T A I PG7 2
Phthalo turquoise 526 T A PB16 3
Pyrrole red 534 O A I PR254 4
Pyrrole red light 536 O A I PR255 4
Potter's pink 537 SO AA PR233 3
Quinacridone magenta 545 T A I PV19 3
Quinacridone gold 547 T A I PY150, PO49 4
Quinacridone red 548 T A I PR209 3
Quinacridone burnt orange 549 T A I PR206 4
Quinacridone violet 550 T A I PR122 3
Raw sienna 552 T AA I PY42, PR101 1
Raw umber 554 O AA I PBr7 1
Raw umber light 557 T AA I PBr7 1
Red iron oxide 560 O AA I PR101 1
Renaissance gold 573 SO A 3
Silver 617 SO A 3
Silver no 2 624 SO A 3
Titanium white (opaque white) 644 O AA I PW6 1
Ultramarine blue 664 T A I PB29 2
Ultramarine violet 672 T A I PV15 2
Violet iron oxide 691 O AA I PR101 1
Yellow iron oxide 737 O AA I PY42 1
Yellow ochre 744 ST AA I PY43 1
For a detailed explanation of terms used, see terms explained here.